Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Chicken Eggplant Primivara



Very festive for the holiday season! It's healthy too!

If you choose healthy foods, chances are your body will like that answer.  Here's a healthy vegetable and chicken sauce, you can pour over whole grain pasta, rice or eat this chicken vegetable stew with some whole grain bread. This is one healthy pot of flavor!

2 lbs of plum tomatoes, stems cut off put into the  food processor
1 cut up washed eggplant diced
2 boneless skinless chicken breasts cut into chunks
1 yellow, 1 green and 1 red bell pepper sliced in chunks
1 teaspoon each, fresh basil, parsley, chopped garlic, dried oregano, and rosemary
salt, pepper to taste
pinch of cayenne
In a large sauce pan add 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil saute chicken until none of the pink remains. Add  fresh processed tomatoes, add all herbs and spices, stir. Add all vegetables. Simmer for 1/2 hour on low till vegetables are tender.
Pour over favorite pasta, rice or whole grain bread.

7 comments:

  1. This dish does look so delicious and healthy will all of the veggies, and chicken. It's is perfect for a busy holiday day, and can be made in one pot.

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  2. Picture-perfect. It's how I eat during the week and I always need more recipes! You come through again!

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  3. This is so colorful and festive, not to mention healthy.

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  4. We have become huge vegetable eaters. We have chicken once a week and occasionally meat. This is just what we need and I know, we will both like it.

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  5. I always drool over your food pics

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  6. Sounds like a delicious combination! I love dishes with lots of veggies...and this looks like another winner!

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  7. Thanks for this recipe :-).

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